Bifrost allows to install Ironic in standalone mode (without other OpenStack components) and is also often chosen as a starting point to get familiar Ironic, or even for Ironic development. Core…
All the context I recently began on a journey to discover performance issues in Ironic. In part, because I made changes to improve operational security capabilites to users which we knew would have…
Ironic contributor Arne Wiebalck writes in a recent blog update on the about why they use Ironic and how it helps them support their users and ultimately their mission.
Ironic contributor Julia Kreger gives us an overview of Secure RBAC, a Wallaby cycle community effort, in Ironic.
Ironic contributor Iury Gregory Melo Ferreira introduces us to the Ironic Prometheus Exporter, a utility to help expose Bare Metal node sensor data to Prometheus.
Ironic contributor Dmitry Tantsur writes in a recent blog update on how to use the new injecting files feature in Ironic.
Ironic contributor Dmitry Tantsur introduces us to the Deploy Steps, a mechanism to have customized deployments processes.
Ironic contributor Dmitry Tantsur writes in a recent blog update on how to create and use in-band deploy steps with Ironic.
Ironic contributor Richard Pioso shares about the effort to create Inter Operability profiles for Redfish.
Ironic contributor Julia Kreger shares an overview of the interaction between Ironic and Neutron with ML2 plugins.
Ironic contributor Tzu-Mainn Chen shares an overview of the mutli-tenancy model supported in Ironic.
Ironic contributor Dmitry Tantsur writes in a recent blog update on how to use the ramdisk deploy interface to run ephemeral workloads with Ironic.
Arne Wiebalck and Belmiro Moreira with CERN and Sunny Cai with the Open Infrastucture Foundation recently posted a an article on SuperUser titled . In this post, they talk about their experiences…
Ironic contributor Dmitry Tantsur has taken some time to share with us his recollection of the most important events from . Check it out!
In a blog post we recently found, the awesome folks at StackHPC have written about . Special thanks goes to Stig Telfer and Doug Szumski!